Kenya: CCTV cameras "in all prisons" to discourage gay sex.
Wilson Cruz strips down for the holidays.
Trey Songz "furious" over persistent gay rumors.
Jamaica: Student "forced to flee dorm" after students share his videotaped same-sex fantasies . "The tape, which made its rounds on the campus in late November into early December, was about 30 minutes long and involved the student sharing deep secrets and fantasies with the boy he thought was his new-found friend." [The student shared] the names of those he found attractive. [He] revealed that he had a crush on his roommate, but admitted that he could not make a move as his roommate 'is not into those type of things.'"
Wentworth Miller caught "cruising" ...
Nelly confirms that he's available ...
College students name Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Nicki Minaj as "People of the Year" for combating homophobia.
After sadistic gay-bashing gang initiation, Bronx residents discuss tolerance. "The town hall-style meeting was held a short walk from the vacant house where several young men were viciously beaten in early October. While condemning the attacks, the Bronx Community Pride Center hopes some good can come of them; that the attacks can kick-start a borough-wide conversation and ultimately prevent future hate crimes."
"DADT" lawsuits remain active for now.
Modelizer: Remi in Bello.
Federal judge hears spousal benefits case: "[Karen] Golinski is suing the Office of Personnel Management and its openly gay director, John Berry, over its refusal to authorize the coverage. The office has argued that the federal Defense of Marriage Act bars the government from recognizing same-sex unions. Golinski works as a staff attorney for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and her boss, Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, has twice ordered the office to allow her to add her wife of almost two-and-half years to her employer-sponsored family health plan."